september, 2021

28sep16:0017:45ANIDOX - Short film compilation: “Documentary meets Animation”Exciting short film program with animated documentaries16:00 - 17:45 Nordisk Film biografer Fotorama

Documentary meets Animation

Event Details

ANIDOX is the framework umbrella for a number of interconnected activities, including a talent development lab and residency. ANIDOX introduces methods, technology, and knowledge from across fields, industries, and cultures: animation as the bridge between film, technology, science, and journalism.

Animated documentaries are at the forefront of filmmaking and have always been a hybrid art form; embracing a wide range of techniques and technologies, exploring new frontiers in storytelling. The skilled use of animation in a documentary context allows for heightened understanding, for poetic and factual interpretations of challenging themes and topics. Documentaries often intend to bring us as close to a subject as possible. Animation facilitates this in the most innovative and touching ways.

This is a special curated program where ANIDOX presents a wide range of animated documentaries, all created after workshops or courses at ANIDOX.

Films in the program:

  • How Long, Not Long by Michelle and Uri Kranot
  • Egg by Martina Scarpelli
  • Letting go by Ulo Pikkov
  • Mr. Sand by Soetkin Verstegen
  • Just a guy by Shoko Hara
  • T.E.U by Lasse Smith
  • Sinking of the Truth by Marie Jose St. Pierre, Sander Joon, Tobias Gundorff, Wiep Teeuwisse, Denis Chapon, Philip Piaget, Tynesha Forman


Country: International
Duration: 1 hour 30 min
Language: No dialogue
Subtitles: None
Age limit: 15+

Nordisk Film biografer FotoramaTingvej 22, 8800 ViborgCinema and cafe centrally located in Viborg with parking lot nearby.


Reservation of tickets will be possible through a ticket link.


Speakers for this event

  • Michelle Kranot

    Michelle Kranot

    A member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

    Michelle Kranot is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and has been honored with top industry awards, including The Grand Jury Prize for Best VR Immersive Work at the 77th La Biennale di Venezia. Michelle’s work has expanded beyond the traditional: her art straddles experimental genres and unfamiliar mediums, fusing handmade crafted images and new technologies into contemporary experiences.

    A member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

  • Uri Kranot

    Uri Kranot

    Filmmaker and multimedia artist

    He is a member of The Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Science, awarded at Venice, Cannes and other prestigious festivals. Uri is supervising the bachelor films at The Animation Workshop/VIA University College and the main tutor of Anidox Lab.

    Filmmaker and multimedia artist


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